Boudreau, Stephen (Steve)

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Stephen (Steve) Boudreau early Thursday morning, February 22, 2024, at the Maison McCulloch Hospice; surrounded by close friends and family, listening to his favourite music.  Steve had a blast, literally, working as an MMU operator / explosives technician at Detour Lake Gold Mine for Dyno Nobel.  He was an avid sport motorcyclist with an impressive collection of bikes. Steve always had the ‘need for speed’ whether on the racetracks at Shannonville or Calabogie, on a ‘leisurely’ bike ride with friend Marc (Woody) and their buddies, or cruising around in his Corvette convertible.  He also enjoyed relaxing and often participated in hot-yoga sessions at Power Yoga Canada with Allison and the gang.  Steve was a huge Letterkenny and Shoresy fan and got to be a background cast member in the filming of season 3 of Shoresy.

Steve will be sorely missed by his mom, Judy and dad, John, his brother Bill, sister-in-law Kim, nieces Laila (Mike) and Olivia, his sister Christina, brother-in-law Brian, and nephews Jonathan and Gregory.  He will also be missed by his close friend Gisèle along with many other friends and family.  In lieu of flowers, donations to the Maison McCulloch Hospice would be appreciated.

Rest easy brother, you qualified…


11 Condolences

  1. On behalf of all our employees here at Dyno Nobel, sincere condolences to Stephen’s family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    By: Luc Blondeau
    March 13, 2024
  2. Bill & Kim, Christina & Brian, John & Judy, Laila & Mike, Olivia, Jonathan, and Gregory

    Sending you our deepest sympathies on the loss of your brother, son, and uncle.

    Hugs to all, Sherry & Chuck ❤️🫂❤️

    By: Sherry & Chuck
    March 8, 2024
  3. My condolences to all of Steve’s family members, sending you prayers and thinking of you.

    By: Bonnie Reid
    March 4, 2024
  4. My heartfelt condolences for your loss. Steve will be dearly missed. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

    By: Daniel Gros-Jean
    March 1, 2024
  5. Sending condolences to Steve’s entire family and friends. Worked with Steve with Orica and then Dyno Nobel at Detour Lake Mine. He sure loved to talk about working on his bikes. May he rest in peace.

    By: Chuck Wright
    February 26, 2024
  6. Dear John, Judy and Family, so very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. Our hearts break for you all. So glad we got to spend time with Steve at your place and share some great memories. Our sincere condolences and huge hugs. 💔😢

    By: Annette and Jim Thompson
    February 26, 2024
  7. I am deeply sorry for your loss.
    Steve was a great colleague who will be greatly missed.

    By: Sylvie Olkkonen
    February 26, 2024
  8. To Steve’s family and friends my heart goes out to you. I just found out from a customer of mine, I’m in shock, Steve and I lost touch many years ago but once in a while he’d come see me for something at Midcity Motorsports, Steve was a kind soul always helpful and we loved talking about road racing, Steve RIP friend.

    By: Lee Dubreuil
    February 25, 2024
  9. Dear Kim, Bill and family
    So sorry for the loss of your brother
    Hugs and prayers to you during this difficult time
    Cathy and Norman Jones

    By: Cathy and Norman Jones
    February 25, 2024
  10. John, Judy, Bill, Kristina and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in this most difficult time. Stevie was WAY too young to leave this earth, but he sure did make the best of his trips around the sun didn’t he.
    Sending hugs and heartfelt condolences.
    Marc & Lissa

    By: Marc and Lissa
    February 24, 2024
  11. John, Judy & Family
    Thinking of you all during this very sad time.
    Prince Edward County Friends
    Ken & Suzanne Vader

    By: Suzanne Vader
    February 24, 2024

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